Two women were wounded in Monday's stabbing attack in West Bank settlement of Beit Horon.
Despite stormy weather, relatively little rain falling near Lake Kinneret, which is experiencing third-straight year of below-average rainfall.
Nasser Nawaja, a Palestinian, was arrested on suspicion of conspiring to murder a land dealer who sought to sell West Bank properties to Israelis; police failed to appeal release in 24 hours given by court.
Lawsuit claims Ezra Nawi and Guy Butavia were targeted in April 2014, after being stopped by police and accused of various traffic offenses, all of which were subsequently dropped.
Dead Sea roads closed down due to flooding; 50 centimeters of snow reported on Mount Hermon.
Israeli Military Court Orders Release of B'Tselem Employee Suspected in Conspiracy to Murder Land Dealer
Police failed to show Nasser Nawaja posed any danger to land dealer, who sought to sell West Bank lands to Israelis, judge rules, gives police 24 hours to appeal decision.
Snow expected in north, central mountains and Jerusalem.
Over two weeks after beginning of the investigation, court orders police to free Ezra Nawi and Guy Butavia to house arrest, as police still haven't managed to discover the cause of death.
District Court overturns lower court decision that state should give the activist 500,000 shekels after he was barred entry to holy site.
Despite acting against court order, Jerusalem judge rules police wasn't in contempt of court when it didn't release Nasser Nawaja, a B'Tselem employee suspected of conspiring to kill a Palestinian land dealer.